You can activate or deactivate native management packs and uninstall the other management packs from the Repository page.
Where You Find the Repository Page
In the menu, click Administration. From the left pane, select .
|VMware Native Management Packs|
|Name||Name of the solution.|
|Activate||Installs the native management pack. You can configure cloud management packs after activation from
. You can configure all other management packs after activation from .|
The activation starts only if all the cluster's nodes are accessible.
Note: Pre-Installed management packs are activated by default. You can configure them from the Cloud Accounts or the Other Accounts page as applicable. Click Add Account configure the solutions.
|Deactivate||Uninstalls the management pack.
Note: Pre-installed management packs cannot be deactivated.
|Status||Indicates whether the management pack has been configured or not. A green tick symbolizes that the management pack has been successfully installed. If configured, you can view the number of accounts associated to it.
To view or edit the accounts, click the account link to navigate to the accounts page associated to the management pack.
|Provided By||Name of the vendor or manufacturer who created the solution.|
|Version||Version and build number identifiers of the solution.|
|View Content||Displays the list of content that has been deployed using the management pack.|
|Reset Default Content||This option is only available for the VMware vSphere solution.
After you update your instance of vRealize Operations Cloud and select the option to overwrite, alert definitions and symptom definitions, you must overwrite your existing compliance alert definitions.
Reset Default Content ensures that compliance standards are current for your vSphere 6.0 and 5.5 objects. The alert definitions and symptom definitions now include the compliance standards for both vSphere 6.0 and 5.5.
When you upgrade your current version of vRealize Operations Cloud, you must select this option to overwrite alert definitions and symptom definitions. If you do not overwrite alert and symptom definitions, compliance rules use a mixture of new and outdated definitions.
|Other Management Packs
Displays the details of the non-native managements packs such as, the name, status, version, and the name of the vendor or manufacturer who created the solution, and so on. You can uninstall a particular management pack with associated data, metadata, and the out of the box content. Click Uninstall and select I understand the risk and agree to uninstall a management pack.